|Department||Parks & Recreation|
|Open Date||9/3/2019 12:00:00 AM|
|Filing Deadline||9/17/2019 11:59:00 PM|
|Salary||$15.41 - $21.92/hour; $2,671.07 - $3,799.47/month; $32,052.80 - $45,593.60/year|
|Type of Recruitment||Open|
Plans, promotes, and conducts recreational programs; teaches and/or oversees fine arts and/or theater classes for adults, children, seniors and/or the disabled; performs in a variety of theatrical programs and/or teaches a variety of fine art classes participants as necessary.
Develops and teaches classes in fine arts such as ceramics, metal smithing, drawing, painting, printmaking and digital arts.
Performs clerical work; prepares and submits reports; verifies purchase orders and requisitions; takes orders and purchases supplies for activities; checks in and puts supplies away; assists with inventory of supplies, receives monies from class participants and enters information into our tracking system; maintains records, logs, lists, and forms.
Inspects recreational/studio/workshop facilities and equipment to ensure safety; enforces proper safety practices, and occupational safety rules and regulations; oversees operation of assigned area in absence of higher level workers; ensures security of building.
Directs visitors at center/studio; answers phones and provides information concerning programs and use of centers.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: techniques, aids, and use and care of equipment applicable to a wide variety of recreation, creative arts, fine art, special events and special population activities; emotional and physical problems of the disabled and elderly.
Some knowledge of: first aid and CPR; basic records keeping.
Ability to: coordinate and conduct recreational activities; counsel and advise participants; maintain records and compile reports; establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, community groups, and the general public; perform activities requiring light to moderate physical strength and endurance; plan and conduct creative and arts and crafts programs and classes; work with all age groups and disabilities; work effectively with health care/social service professionals in the planning of client services; operate a light weight motor vehicle if required.
Skill in: administering first aid and CPR; care/maintenance of recreational equipment; operating power tools and sound and light systems.